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Old 03-22-2019, 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Twmccoy View Post
In all honesty I've pretty much lost faith in the Trespass as a usable on-course driver. They get beat up bad by wind and are erratically flippy. I still mess around with Trespasses in the field, but I can't find much use for them on the course.
I like them for smoothing out there on hyzer flips down a low ceiling fairway where you want to hit your max fairway driver distance equivalent but need the extra speed/carry to stay low. So instead of powering up the Trespass and getting your max distance lines, try throwing it at 60-70% on a hyzer flip and you might still get really nice -1/1 type flights out of it. Especially if you have a slight tailwind or a slight tail-crosswind they hold straight.

Basically for anyone throwing 350-380' the Trespass is one of the best neutral flying drivers IMO, so if you power it down closer to that range it should still fly fantastic.

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